|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||167.00 - 171.77|
|52 Week Range||150.24 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.13|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.16|
|Earnings Date||Jan 30, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.67%)|
|1y Target Est||226.85|
Facing pressure over high-profile allegations of sexual harassment, Google recently changed its policy of forcing those claims into arbitration. But this isn't all good news for employees.
A Canadian court granted bail Tuesday to a top Chinese executive arrested at the United States' request in a case that has set off a diplomatic furor among the three countries and complicated high-stakes U.S.-China trade talks. Hours before the bail hearing in Vancouver, China detained a former Canadian diplomat in Beijing in apparent retaliation for the Dec. 1 arrest of Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei and daughter of the company's founder. After three days of hearings, a British Columbia justice granted bail of $10 million Canadian (US$7.5 million) to Meng, but required her to wear an ankle bracelet, surrender her passports, stay in Vancouver and its suburbs and confine herself to one of her two Vancouver homes from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
I’m sitting in a meeting with 17 other Quartz editors. Everyone else is typing away (or staring blankly) at their Apple laptops. After the meeting is over, they’ll carry these large, metal machines back to their desks, building up to tennis elbows and strained shoulders over a lifetime of office work. I, on the other…
Super Micro Computer Inc. told its customers in a letter Tuesday that a third-party firm didn’t find malicious hardware on its equipment, as the supplier of motherboards continued to dispute a report that its products had been sabotaged. “After thorough examination and a range of functional tests, the investigations firm found absolutely no evidence of malicious hardware on our motherboards,” said a letter from Super Micro executives, including CEO Charles Liang. Super Micro reiterated that neither its customers nor government agencies had ever told the company they had found malicious hardware on its products.
Leading the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of Pay coming to Germany. Germany: Apple Pay is now available for use in Germany, reports 9to5Mac. There are also already several stores in Germany that are accepting Pay.
The U.S. stock market, as represented by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, was down 500 points Monday. Please click here for an annotated day chart of Apple (AAPL) stock. Please click here for Apple’s intraday chart.
If you have champagne taste on a beer budget, you know all too well the struggle to keep your spending in check, especially around the holidays. It's tempting to go big on expensive gifts you can't really afford, either for yourself or for the loved ones on your shopping list, rationalizing that a higher price tag guarantees a better product. However, that may not be the case for every costly item you have your eye on, no matter the reputation of the manufacturer. With determination and a little guidance from us, you can find affordable alternatives to the priciest gifts you're considering that offer similar quality for a whole lot less money. To point you in the right direction, we asked several smart shopping experts to weigh in on a wide range of expensive gift ideas, from the latest electronics to a foodie favorite of carnivores. Here's what they had to say. SEE ALSO: 15 Worst Things to Buy During the Holidays
The Fort Collins company, best known for its tough smartphone cases, wants to make that wearable on your wrist indestructible.
During a stock market correction, investors should exercise patience and discipline, while focusing on the strongest-performing stocks.
The stock market held heavy gains in early trade Tuesday. Tesla stock battled to regain its cup-with-handle buy point.
Microsoft (MSFT) stock has been hurt far less during the recent market downturn than some of its fellow titans such as Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN). And right now, the historic tech powerhouse's stock looks like a buy based on its growth outlook and positive earnings revision trends.
As of yesterday, the S&P 500 benchmark (SPY) has dived 9.5% while the NASDAQ Composite Index (QQQ) and Dow Jones Industrial Average have lost 12.4% and 7.7%, respectively. Now let’s see what billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones has to say about the stock market’s future. Yesterday, CNBC interviewed Paul Tudor Jones, a who came into the limelight after predicting a huge market sell-off in October 1987 and is now known as “Black Monday.” Jones said, “We probably are sitting on a big global credit bubble.
With almost each passing month, the number of custom chip projects launched by major tech companies continues to swell. added to the list of known custom chip projects in November at its AWS re:Invent conference. There, the company showed off Graviton, a server CPU based on the ARM microarchitecture that will power new cloud computing instances offered by AWS.
When Microsoft overtook Apple to become the U.S.’s most valuable company last month, most headlines just reported it as a moment in time — an ephemeral blip before things returned to normal and Apple once again reigned supreme. Rather, Microsoft stands an excellent chance of maintaining — and even growing — its lead. Because fundamentally, Microsoft’s business seems more sound, robust and diversified than Apple’s (AAPL) .
Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) went public on Dec. 7, raising $604 million on a market cap of $7.5 billion. The IPO met the goal, but a bad day on Wall Street sent the shares plummeting. It’s because Moderna represents the next wave in drug discovery. Like Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:REGN), Moderna is less a bet on particular drugs than on a method for finding them.
It’s been a difficult year for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) investors. Apple stock is down nearly 30% from its 52-week and all-time highs, and analysts haven’t been kind to the tech giant over the past few weeks, which has kept the stock from rallying. Here’s the thing about Apple, it’s a great stock to buy and hold for a long time because the firm pays out a reliable 1.72% dividend yield and its impressive cash reserves give management the flexibility needed to invest in the company’s future as well as rewarding shareholders.
The seemingly never-ending battle between Apple and Qualcomm has taken another turn. A Chinese court has found that Apple (AAPL) has infringed on two of Qualcomm’s (QCOM) patents. The court has ordered the iPhone maker to stop selling older models of its smartphones, Qualcomm said.
Hopping in and out of stocks tends to do more harm than good to your portfolio. Fortunately, most of the time, investors are content to sit back and let time do the heavy lifting. Every now and then, however, an uninterrupted market-wide rally (such as the one we saw in 2017) followed by a couple of major corrections (such as the ones we've seen in 2018) inspires a more active approach. Buying every dip last year was a bulletproof strategy; steering clear of this year's big dips would've left most investors far better off. But broadly speaking, investors shouldn't embrace that short-term mindset. Buy-and-hold is a time-tested strategy that helps investors avoid trying to time the market (which even experts can't reliably do) and making poor emotional decisions. With that as a backdrop, here are a dozen stocks to never sell. Many buy-and-holders are looking to reset their portfolios as the new year begins. If you hold any of the stocks, don't stop ... and if you're looking to buy, be ready to commit. Each company has plenty to success that their history of success should continue for years to come. And each operates in an industry that won't go away anytime soon. SEE ALSO: 101 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond
Thought the legal battle between Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) was dying down? QCOM just won what sounds like a big victory in a Chinese court, granting a ban that prevents Apple from importing and selling iPhone models up to and including the iPhone X. The court agreed these iPhones violate Qualcomm patents.